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Saba Kalyoussef, DO, a pediatric infectious disease physician with   The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital, discussed the facts about measles and its transmission during an interview on Friday with WMBC TV, a cable news network that broadcasts through portions of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

http://youtu.be/3_xyiDn9YjE

#NJ #Health #Measles
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Missed our #TastyThursday blog post yesterday? Try this delicious and easy to make whole wheat pizza dough #recipe courtesy of Elijah's Promise

http://stpete.rs/1AB4CAV
Who doesn't love Pizza?! Try this easy to make and delicious whole wheat pizza dough recipe!
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Dr. Lisa Hopkins discusses Breast Reconstruction Options on FIOS 1 news.
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The New Jersey State Department of Health recently reported that hand sanitizers were not effective at protecting against EV-D68, the strain of the enterovirus that has caused children, particularly those with asthma, to become ill late summer into fall.

#health #handhygiene #EVD68  
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Meet Drs. Welshinger and Worley, Saint Peter's new gynecologic oncologists, in the October Community Calendar. Both doctors are part of the Saint Peter's Physician Associates network of physicians. 

Read the full story: http://stpete.rs/1rqAPGI

#SPPhysicanAssoc #SaintPetersUH #gynecologiconcology
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#NICU Only One in Jersey to Earn Award for Excellence

Like so many first-time parents, Anthony and Lisa Nardino anticipated with joy and excitement the birth of their first children, a twin boy and girl. Complications arose when labor started two months early. Thanks to the great work of Saint Peter’s high risk team, two small and fragile babies were delivered safely. Anthony David and Chiara Francesca spent a month and a half in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital... read the full article here: http://stpete.rs/1mJzFhz

#NJ #Healthcare
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Trying to cut back on pasta carbs?  Here is a delicious recipe for Spaghetti Squash with pine nuts. #tastythursday   #recipe  

http://stpete.rs/1527867
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With another round of cold weather here and elevated flu cases being reported in New Jersey, here is another installment in the Saint Peter's series on staying healthy this winter. We answer your questions about how to recognize flu symptoms. 

#SaintPetersUH #flu #StayingHealthyinWinter

http://stpete.rs/1xScb2y
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A second annual Toy Drive and Fundraiser to benefit The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital will be held from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 21, at the Imperia banquet hall, 1714 Easton Ave., Somerset, N.J. 

Participants are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy or two, or make a monetary donation at the event to benefit children who are being cared for at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s. Participants of any age can enjoy holiday music, snacks, games for children, pictures with Santa, and prizes.

Contact archana@oneeventsmgmt.com or surbhi@oneevnetsmgmet.com for more information.

#newbrunswick   #charity    #charity  
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Now you can share news of the birth of your baby – or babies if you have had more than one – at Saint Peter’s University Hospital with thousands of people.

Just upload your baby’s picture to the Saint Peter’s Delivers! app to create the digital image that Saint Peter’s will post on the electronic billboard on Route 1 in West Windsor. Once the picture is approved for posting, parents will receive an email confirming the successful upload and a copy of the image as it will appear on the digital billboard. Parents will be able to share the image on their personal Facebook pages, too. 

The Saint Peter’s Delivers! app works on desktop computers, tablets and mobile devices. To get started visit http://www.facebook.com/SPMYBaby

Be sure to tag us using #SaintPetersDelivers
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Do You Know a Kid That Makes #Magic?

Magic 98.3 and The Children's Hospital at
Saint Peter's University Hospital are looking
for "Kids Who Make Magic!"

If you know a child, ages 8-16, who deserves
a shout out, tell us! Maybe they ran a lemonade
stand, held a car wash, mentored a fellow
student, or did something exceptional in their
community!

Every Friday Morning, Chris MCCoy will announce
two Kids Who Make Magic and tell you
their stories!

Each of our Kids Who Make Magic gets a special
gift! Then you get to party and play on a special
night just for you at iPlay America in Freehold on
November 17th!

To nominate a kid between the ages of 8 and 16
years old, go to http://www.magic983.com.
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Pancake breakfast fundraiser in support of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Children’s Hospital at Saint Peter’s University Hospital on July 20.  For more information please visit www.loveannaleigh.org
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254 Easton Ave New Brunswick, NJ 08901, United States
254 Easton AvenueUSNew JerseyNew Brunswick08901
(732) 745-8600saintpetershcs.com
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Located in New Brunswick, NJ, Saint Peter's University Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of central New Jersey for more than a century.
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"I would not recommend this hospital to anyone for emergency services."
"Every nicu bed has a camera."
"Great service."
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Ingrid Jara
2 weeks ago
im feeling that is it the right place to get a another chance to get a new opinion abouth my son health...for longer im looking out. great and nice service. very glad.
Ryan M
6 months ago
Cigarette smoke repeatedly enters the labor and delivery rooms on the fourth floor while women are trying to give birth. There are dozens of cigarettes around the air intake for the new wing near the east side parking garage. Telling the person who runs security near the entrance apparently does nothing to solve the problem.
will rears
a year ago
Hospital has just installed new preemie video web streaming service in their Neonatal nursery. Allows parents and family members to securely view live streaming video of their premature baby from any internet connection around the world, on any web device(phone, ipad, computer) 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Every nicu bed has a camera. Parents really love it. I wish the technology was available 19 years ago when my daughter was born and had to stay in the nicu. It is truly revolutionary.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Hi Will, Thank you for the review and mention of our brand new NICVIEW camera system here at Saint Peter's. Thanks to the Provident Bank Foundation we now have every single bed in the NICU wired for access through the new system. Others can learn more at www.saintpetershcs.com/nicview Thank you for choosing Saint Peter's
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Cyndi H
a year ago
Every one of the staff I dealt with directly and indirectly in the Women's Imaging Center was exceptional. Each person made a very nerve wracking experience more pleasant than I ever would have expected. The women were efficient, kind, caring, and even fun! I knew I was in terrific hands, and I would recommend this facility to anyone with any breast related issues.
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Thiru Voonna
10 months ago
I took my son who was having abdominal pain, while we are waiting at the reception, the hospital reception people joking around and chilling out while my son was crying waiting to be seen and there was no sense of urgency in the hospital not even in the in the emergency room. We had to wait 2 hours before he was seen by a real doctor, in the meanwhile the several university students were asking repeated questions to my son. I had to take my son again to same place next day for the same abdominal pain, i observed same carelessness. Staff including doctors are poorly trained with poor hospital management system. I would not recommend this hospital to anyone for emergency services
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Pharaoh Miles
3 months ago
Wonderful people, always smiling and very helpful.
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Rahul Gadhiya
a month ago
great service... loved it
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Adrienne TheWife
2 years ago
I delivered at St. Peter's in late 2012. From the moment we parked, the staff was courteous and prompt in getting us to Labor and Delivery. Signing in was easy, and I was set up quickly with the security wrist bands. Once in the room, I was checked on continually to make sure I was comfortable, and I was visited regularly by my doctor. The staff answered all my questions about what medicines I was receiving and in what dosages. During recovery, I was allowed to choose my meals and drinks, which were better than when I delivered in 2009. All my requests were met, including putting baby on my chest after delivery; bonding time; no episiotomy; refusing baby's 2nd bath, and my no bottles/no pacifiers request. St. Peter's does as much as possible in your room so as not to separate mom/baby for too long including baby's hearing test, 1st pictures with an excellent photographer, and routines medical check-ups. We had a great L&D experience and I highly recommend St. Peter's.
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